This will be the last part of the Creating a Blog using Laravel series, In this part, we will cover the layout and views for the Blog Application we are creating. Let’s see what we have already covered:
Model creation using Eloquent ORM
View: The V in MVC
Views in a MVC web framework are used to isolate the presentation logic from the business, and the application logic. In a typical MVC web framework, whenever a request is received, the routing component parses the request and figures out the right controller action to handle the request. The controller action, then fetches the requested data from the model and passes it to the view. And finally, a response is returned containing the HTML markup generated by the view to present the data. Continue reading Creating a Blog Using Laravel 4 Part 4: Layout and Views
Today we will cover the routing for our blog application. So, let’s get started.
Routing in Laravel
Routing plays an essential role in the core workings of any MVC framework. It specifies a mapping between requests and response generators i.e, controller actions. In other words, routing defines the entry points of a web application. A flexible routing provides a greater control over the flow of a web application.
Laravel has a very powerful routing component built right on the top of Symfony’s routing component, and provides you with a very easy to use interface and a rich set of functionalities. Continue reading Creating a Blog Using Laravel 4 Part 3: Routing